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This is an action-packed mystery thriller right from its beginning. The Hidden Order novel again endorses the fact that why Brad Thor, the novelist is known as the Master of Thrillers.
The story of this novel starts with a long string of kidnappings of high-profile people in Washington D.C. The kidnappings were brutal as victims one by one were turning up dead and the frenzy of Washington soon converts into panic. Those kidnappings were done for the sake of ransom. When the authorities opened up about the ransom demand of the terrorists/ kidnapers to the public, the panic converted into extreme terror.
As per some of the reviews and feedbacks, the middle of the audiobook is a bit slow paced, while some of the listeners went skipping through it. This is not something with everyone. Overall, it is a quality novel and if you have patience then you will definitely love it.
In this engrossing by Brad Thor, stakes have never been higher than any other chapter you know from the author and his The Scot Harvath Series. Not only this, but Hidden Order couldn’t easily differentiate between the evil and good for the audience as the lines between them were extremely hard to discern.
It is critically important to mention Armand Schultz here, who is the narrator of this chapter 13th of The Scot Harvath Series by Brad Thor. The performance of Armand has been outstanding, which is definitely expected from someone of his caliber having vast experience in narrations.
Brad Thor, the Master of Thrillers keeps his audience stunned and entertained with every other novel that he offers. You can see his class with absorbing thrillers such as The Lines of Lucerne and Near Dark.